You're assigned an advisor within your chosen major.
Undergraduate students are assigned an advisor within their chosen program of study.
If you have forgotten who is assigned as your advisor, log in to My Missouri State and select the Registration tab, then Registration Status link. If you have not been
assigned an advisor, contact Jim Bellis, assistant to the dean.
Once you have been assigned an advisor within the Darr College of Agriculture, you
can contact your advisor directly to schedule your advising appointments.
If you have completed less than 75 hours, you are required to speak with and receive
your advisor’s release before registering for classes.
Your advisor depends on your degree program.
You must receive advisor release prior to registering for each semester of graduate
study. Graduate students are also required to submit an advisor approved program of study to the Graduate College before 14 hours have been completed.
Master of Science in Agriculture
If you are pursuing a master’s degree in agriculture or plant science, you will begin
the advising process by contacting Dr. Arbindra Rimal, the graduate program director.
With Dr. Rimal’s assistance, you will then select a graduate faculty member with expertise
in your chosen emphasis area to serve as the chair of your advisory committee, which
will supervise the remainder of your program.
If you are pursuing a Master of Education, Secondary Education with an emphasis in
agriculture, contact Dr. Jim Hutter associate professor of agriculture, at 417-836-5096.